“Whether you’re 50, or whatever age you are, don’t sit at home and just watch TV. Don’t get lost in nothingness or busyness. Go out and serve in some way,” Tony explained.
"Many people ask us about our favorite places to visit, but we immediately tell them it’s not about the places, but the people God put in our lives that is important," Betty said.
It's sad that so many people see retirement as the final act of a long career when, in reality, the closing curtain simply signals an intermission before the climactic second act begins.
People who generally expect good things to happen to them, or feel in control of ensuring favorable outcomes, can experience exceptional longevity.
“Working is a beautiful thing, it’s beautiful therapy, and I need the money," said Mary Ruth Robinson.
It will take time to determine your values, draw on your passions, and fulfill voids that currently exist so you can enjoy a more fulfilling future.
Today I am interviewing a man and woman from Louisiana who had it all – well-paying jobs and a magnificent house on a private 110-acre lake. But, they gave it all up to enjoy a life of adventure and helping others.
Don read a study recently that suggested 75% of people are disengaged at work, and that often comes back to a lack of purpose.
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